|Sent on:||Wednesday, May 9, 2012 9:30 AM|
A call to action to my fellow citizens and property owners.
If you are one of the 2.7 Million residential property owners with septic tanks on your property—WAKE UP!
While the passage of HB 1263 as approved by the Governor on April 27th repealed the mandatory state wide inspection of all septic tanks, it gives local governments the power to regulate septic tanks everywhere there is more than one bedroom per acre. This will be enforced through local code enforcement and may be seen as a new revenue stream.
I’m the unfortunate owner of an “Aerobic Treatment Unit”. Because I refuse to comply with the “individual mandate” found within section [masked])(u) Florida Statutes and buy an “operating permit” so that I may legally flush the toilet in my home, I have a $25.00 daily accruing [$7,000.00] fine enforced by a recorded lien on my real and personal property.
The nicest way to describe the code enforcement process I went through would be a kangaroo court joke. I prefer to call it a criminal denial of “fundamental due process”. The DVD made of my September 15, 2011 code enforcement hearing can be viewed by entering ATU Inspection at YouTube.
Please demand Governor Rick Scott, Attorney General, Pam Bondi and Florida Supreme Court Chief Justice Charles T. Canady investigate Cuthbert v. Board of County Commissioners of Brevard County, Florida, Code Enforcement Case # 11CE-01943/Appellate Case #[masked]-AP-005882.
Scott Cuthbert; Palm Bay, Florida
IF you agree with the above, please contact the following authorities and ask for an investigation into this matter.
Attorney General, Pam Bondi [masked]/[masked]
The Capitol PL-01; Tallahassee, Fl. [masked]
Governor Rick Scott, [masked]
The Capital, 400 S. Monroe St., Tallahassee, Fl. [masked]
Florida Supreme Court Chief Justice Charles T. Canady [masked]
500 South Duval St., Tallahassee, Fl. [masked]